Saturday, February 26, 2005
F*cktard Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is sounding more like the Am Taliban every day. He thinks gay marriage will cause some sort of damage to our reputation in the international community. Well, that should come as a surprise to Canada, Belgium, and the Netherlands, which have gay marriage, and a host of other countries in Europe that have civil unions. (Boston.com):
Speaking before an adoring audience of Utah Republicans last night, Governor Mitt Romney drew a link between America's prestige around the world and the legalization of same-sex marriages in Massachusetts.
''America cannot continue to lead the family of nations around the world if we suffer the collapse of the family here at home," Romney said, calling the Supreme Judicial Court's legalization of same-sex marriage in Massachusetts ''a blow to the family."
Hours after gay marriage supporters in Boston criticized him for his recent, strident criticism of same-sex marriage, Romney delivered a half-hour speech laced with references to religion, family values, and praise for Ronald Reagan's foreign policy. In the latest in his recent series of out-of-state political appearances, he smiled as Utah Republicans made fun of Massachusetts' liberal reputation in their introductory remarks.
Hasn't the world destruction excuse started to lose steam yet?